Former President Trump is trying to claim an executive privilege that he should not prevent 1/6 of the witnesses from testifying.
According to Newsmax:
Newsmax is reporting tonight that Trump will call for executive privileges in an effort to block all subplots for former members of his WHF staff issued by the Bilateral Selection Committee in J6. pic.twitter.com/a86Y9wenla
– Ron Filippkovsky (on Ron Filippkovsky) October 7, 2021
“President Trump is going to fight back,” Newsmax reported. He’s going to call for executive privileges, and that means people like Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, top adviser Dan Scavino and another top adviser, Kash Patel, won’t be able to comply with these subpeners that came from the Jan. 6 commission. That’s what you got with President Trump. You will find someone who fights. Do you understand me That’s what we like about President Trump and he’s stuck with these people who are trying to get behind him. ”
There is no executive privilege to block Trump’s subpena.
Trump can’t block Subpena with executive privileges, because he’s not president. Trump will need President Biden’s help to block the committee’s request, and the Biden administration is not going to help Trump.
Trump’s claim to executive privilege is fictional. The 1/6 committee says Trump has no executive privileges, and if witnesses do not comply, criminal charges will be brought against them.
The people Trump has detained are Bannon, Meadow, Scavino and Patel with their bogus executive privilege claims.
Mr. Easy Managing Editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with a specialization in the social policy reform movement.
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